Center for Environmental Management and Policy Analysis


Working paper

  • Can China’s water resources sustain its energy strategies? Nature Climate Change, Under review
  • The Indecisive Role of Markets in China's Environmental Governance, PNAS
  • Globalization and Climate Change: New Empirical Panel Data Evidence
  • Will sub-national climate initiatives make sense? An investigation in China, Environmental Governance and Policy, R&R.
  • Environmental regulation and polluting firms’ location: Does policy implementation matter?
  • Government transparency and environmental performance
  • Who spent more pollution abatement costs?Does regulatory distance matter?
  • Environmental Regulation, corporate strategies and competitiveness: Testing the Porter Hypothesis in China

Forthcoming

  • Lingxuan Liu, Bing ZHANG*, Jun BI. Local Governance on Climate Mitigation: a Comparative Study of China and Japan, Environment & Planning C: Government & Policy (Accepted).

  • Lingyun Zhu, Beibei Liu, Jun Bi, Cleaning the energy sources for water heating among Nanjing households: barriers and opportunities for solar and natural gas, Frontier of Environmental Science and Engineering of China, (accepted) (SCI).

  • Bing ZHANG, Yongjing ZHANG, Beibei LIU. Regulatory uncertainty and corporate pollution control strategies: An empirical study of the “Pay for Permit” policy in the Tai Lake Basin, Environment & Planning C: Government & Policy (Accepted)

2013

  • [33] Bing Zhang, Hui Zhang, Beibei Liu, Jun Bi*. Policy Interactions and Underperforming Emission Trading Markets in China. Environmental Science & Technology, 2013, 47(13): 7077–7084.EMPA-13-09

  • [34] Yuanchun Zhou, Bing Zhang , Haikun Wang, Jun Bi. Drops of Energy: Conserving Urban Water to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Environmental Science & Technology, 2013.EMPA-13-08

  • [31] Yongliang ZHANG, Bing ZHANG*, Jun BI*. Modeling the impact of uncertainty in emissions trading markets with bankable permits, Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 2013, 7(2): 231-241.EMPA-13-07

  • [30] Yongliang ZHANG, Yueying WU, Hai YU, Zhanfeng DONG, Bing ZHANG*, Trade-offs in designing water pollution trading policy with multiple objectives: A case study in the Tai Lake Basin, China, Environmental Science & Policy, 2013, 33: 295-307.EMPA-13-06

  • [29] Yuanchun ZHOU, Yueying WU, Bing ZHANG*, Jun BI. Understanding the Price Dynamics in the Jiangsu SO2 Emissions Trading Program in China: A Multiple Periods Analysis, Environmental Modeling and Assessment,2013,18(3):285-297.EMPA-13-05

  • [28] Bing ZHANG, Yan Shuchong, Jun BI*. Enterprises' willingness to adopt/develop cleaner production technologies: An empirical study in Changshu, China. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2013, 40: 62-70.EMPA-13-04

  • [27] Beibei LIU, Feng WANG, Bing, ZHANG*, Jun BI. Energy balance and GHG emissions of cassava-based fuel ethanol using different planting modes in China. Energy Policy, 2013,56:210-220.EMPA-13-03

  • [26] Beibei LIU; Qi Wei; Bing Zhang; Jun BI. Life cycle GHG emissions of sewage sludge treatment and disposal options in Tai Lake Watershed, China. Science of the Total Environment, 2013,447:361-369.EMPA-13-02

  • [25] Liu Beibei, Heng Liu, Bing Zhang, Jun Bi. Modeling Nutrient Release in the Tai Lake Basin of China: Source Identification and Policy Implications. Environmental Management, 2013, 51(3):724-737.EMPA-13-01

2012

  • [24] Beibei Liu, Feng Wang, Yunze Wu, Kaihong Fang, Jun Bi. A comparative analysis of straw utilization for bioethanol and bioelectricity as vehicle power sources in China, International Journal of Green Energy,2012, 9(8): 731-748.EMPA-2012-11

  • [23] Beibei Liu, Qinqin Yu, Jun Bi, Bing Zhang, Junjie Ge.A study on the short-term and long-term corporate responses to the GreenWatch Program: Evidence from Jiangsu, China, Journal of Cleaner Production,2012, 24: 132-140.EMPA-2012-10

  • [22] Beibei Liu, Feng Wang, Yunze Wu, Jun Bi, Maoliang Bu, Juan Gao, Life-cycle implication of potential commercialization of stover based 85 in China, Energy Policy,2012, 43: 371-380.EMPA-12-09

  • [21] Beibei LIU, Chen CHEN, Bing ZHANG* et al. Fuel use pattern and determinants of taxi drivers' fuel choice in Nanjing, China, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2012, 33: 60-66.EMPA-12-08

  • [20] Beibei LIU, Pan HE, Bing ZHANG*, Jun BI. Impacts of alternative allowance allocation methods under a cap-and-trade program in power sector, Energy Policy, 47: 405-415.EMPA-12-07

  • [19] Lingxuan Liu, Bing ZHANG*, Jun BI. Reforming China's multi-level environmental governance: Lessons from the 11th Five-Year Plan, Environmental Science & Policy, 2012, 21: 106-111.EMPA-12-06

  • [18] Lingxuan Liu, Bing ZHANG*, Jun BI. The greenhouse gas mitigation of industrial parks in China: A case study of Suzhou Industrial Park, Energy Policy, 2012, 46 : 301-307.EMPA-12-05

  • [17] Yuanchun ZHOU, Bing ZHANG*, Ji ZOU, Jun BI, Joint R&D in low-carbon technology development in China: A case study of the wind-turbine manufacturing industry, Energy Policy, 2012, 46: 100-108.EMPA-12-04

  • [16] Lingxuan LIU, Pan HE, Bing ZHANG*, Jun BI*. Red and Green: Public perception and air quality information in urban China, Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 2012, 54(3): 45-50.EMPA-12-03

  • [15] Bing ZHANG, Hen Liu, Jun BI*. Equity-based optimization of regional water pollutant discharge amount allocation: A case study in Tai Lake Basin, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 2012, 55(7): 885-990. EMPA-12-02

  • [14] Yongliang ZHANG, Bing ZHANG*, Jun BI*. Policy conflict and the feasibility of water pollution trading programs in Tai Lake Basin, China, Environment & Planning C: Government & Policy, 2012, 30(3): 416-428.EMPA-12-01

2011

  • [13] Bing ZHANG, Elizabeth Wilson, Jun BI*. Controlling Air Pollution from Coal Power Plants in China: Incremental Change or a Great Leap Forward. Environmental Science & Technology, 2011, 45 (24), 10294-EMPA-11-04

  • [12] Bing ZHANG, Yan YANG, Jun BI*, Tracking the implementation of green credit policy in China: top-down perspective and bottom-up reform, Journal of Environmental Management, 2011, 92: 1321-1327.EMPA-11-03

  • [11] Jun BI, Jian LI, Bing ZHANG*, IMSP: Integrated Management System for Water Pollutant Discharge Permit Based on a Hybrid C/S and B/S Model, Environmental Modelling & Software, 2011, 26 : 831-833.EMPA-11-02

  • [10] Bing ZHANG, Yongliang ZHANG, Jun BI*. An Adaptive Agent-based modeling approach for analyzing the influence of transaction costs on emissions trading markets, Environmental Modelling & Software, 2011, 26 : 482-491.EMPA-11-01

2010

  • [9] Xianbing Liu, Beibei Liu, Tomohiro Shishime, Qinqin Yu, Jun Bi, Tetsuo Fujitsuka. An empirical study on the driving mechanism of proactive corporate environmental management in China. Journal of Environmental Management, 2010, 91(8): 1707-1717.EMPA-10-05

  • [8] Bing ZHANG, Qinqin YU, Jun Bi*. Policy design and performance of emissions trading markets: an adaptive agent-based analysis, Environmental Science & Technology (SCI, 4.6), 2010, 44, 5693-5699.EMPA-10-04

  • [7] Jun Bi, Yongliang Zhang, Bing ZHANG*. Public perception of environmental issues across socioeconomic characteristics: A survey study in Wujin, China. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering in China (SCI), 2010, 4(3): 361-372.EMPA-10-03

  • [6] Beibei Liu, Qinqin Yu, Bing Zhang, Jun Bi*, Does the GreenWatch program work? Evidence from a developed area in China, Journal of Cleaner Production (SCI), 2010, 18, 454-461.EMPA-10-02

  • [5] Ling Zhang, Zengwei Yuan, Jun Bi*, Bing Zhang, Beibei LIU. Eco-industrial parks: national pilot practices in China, Journal of Cleaner Production (SCI), 2010, 18, 504-509. EMPA-10-01

2007-2009

  • [4] Bing ZHANG, Jun Bi* et al. Drivers and barriers to engage enterprises in environmental management initiatives in Suzhou Industrial Park, China: Dose size matter? Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering in China (SCI), 2009, 3(2): 210-220.EMPA-09-01

  • [3] Bing ZHANG, Jun Bi* et al. Eco-efficiency evaluation of industrial system in China: a data envelopment analysis approach. Ecological Economics (SSCI & SCI), 2008, 68(1-2): 306-316.EMPA-08-02

  • [2] Bing ZHANG, Jun Bi* et al. Why do firms engage in environmental management? An empirical study in China. Journal of Cleaner Production (SCI), 2008, 16: 1036-1045.EMPA-08-01

  • [1] Bing ZHANG, Jun Bi* et al. Who Will Be More Active In Sustainable Consumption? Evidence from China. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, 2007, 6(4): 17-34. EMPA-07-01



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